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He did it again. The Arizona Cardinals first round pick, cornerback/punt return specialist Patrick Peterson,won his second NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors of his short career. Now 11 games into his career, Peterson won the NFC award this week for his 80-yard punt return for touchdown. It was his fourth punt return for touchdown of the season, tying the NFL record for one-season. … [visit site to read more]Patrick Peterson Wins Special Teams Award Again - Raising Zona - Raising Zona - An Arizona Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
BEST OF MAXIM
Patrick Peterson returned his 4th touchdown yesterday when he secured an 80-yarder against the Rams. Peterson's return tied him with Devin Hester (2007), Rick Upchurch (1976), and Jack Christiansen (1951) for the single season record. The Cardinals have five more games for Peterson to break the record.
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ST. LOUIS -- No way Patrick Peterson thought he'd get another chance to return a punt for the Cardinals against St. Louis. Peterson tied the NFL record with his fourth punt return for a touchdown this season, three weeks after his 99-yarder in overtime beat the Rams, and Arizona won its seventh in a row in St. Louis with a 23-20 victory.
Through 11 games in 2011, Arizona Cardinals rookie Patrick Peterson has tied the NFL's single-season record with four punt return touchdowns. While three others share the record, Peterson is the only one whose four returns have each covered 80 yards or more.
Patrick Peterson tied an NFL record, bedeviling St. Louis Rams special teamers for the second time in three weeks. Beanie Wells set a franchise record.
Somehow, the Arizona Cardinals didn't win big. They had just enough to make it seven in a row in the city they fled in 1987.
Wells had 228 yards on 27 carries and a touchdown in only his third career 100-yard game and Peterson...
One of the biggest challenges for the Cowboys on Sunday will be containing Cardinals punt returner Patrick Peterson.